H1410 - Patrician Classic|
Acoustic archtop - Natural brown
Production year(s) : 1940 (other years possible, not verified)
All mahogany - multi-row marquetry bindings - block inlays on fretboard
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- Paul - 2011-08-26
I do not think it is 1940. In those years, they did not use metal on the guitar to hold the strings at the base. All metals were used by the war during that period. Either that or someone changed it out.
- closet picker - 2011-09-01
The USA.entered WW2 following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor,on Dec 7 1941.The 1942 auto production was cut short.The metal"shortage" for non essential items would not have been a factor until at least 1942.
- Joe Stone - 2016-01-08
I have an F-42 (1942) wartime H-1410 with a wooden tailpiece. It is perhaps the sweetest sounding guitar I own.
- chuck anderson - 2017-01-03
This guitar was also apparently private labelsd as an A. Rogers Aristocrat with a custom peghead overlay.
- Regal Rob - 2018-01-14
I have one and the date stamp is 1938. Not only is it beautiful to look at but the sound is pure magic to me. Mine looks as nice as the one pictured and completely original.